Found in 1098 Collections and/or Records:
Telegram from WSC to Commander in Chief, British Army of Occupation [Field Marshal Sir Bernard Montgomery] marked "Top Secret and Personal" stating that no German research and development establishments should be destroyed.
Telegram from WSC to President Harry Truman marked "Personal and Top Secret" suggesting an alternative to Truman's message to Marshal Stalin on the zones of occupation in Germany and Austria; and detailing arrangements for occupation before and after Germany is finally defeated.
Telegram from Lord Halifax [earlier Edward Wood and Lord Irwin, British Ambassador in the United States] to WSC marked "Top Secret and Personal" reporting discussions between Field Marshal Sir Henry Wilson [Representative of the British Chiefs of Staff in Washington, United States] and General George Marshall [Chief of Staff United States Army] on the French zone of occupation in Germany. Copy.
Telegram from WSC to Foreign Secretary [Anthony Eden, later Lord Avon, in the United States] marked "Top Secret" asserting that President Harry Truman's suggested draft message to Marshal Stalin on zones of occupation in Germany and Austria makes no arrangements about the food question and is "obscure". Copy.
Minute [from F A Lindemann, later 1st Lord Cherwell, Prime Minister's Personal Assistant] to WSC on an interim report by Mr Justice [Sir John] Singleton into the German Air Force and means of estimating its strength. [Copy; given running number 197a].
Report by [Lord Justice Sir] John Singleton for WSC marked "Confidential" on means of estimating the strength of the German Air Force and comparing it with the RAF. [Copy].
Appendix "A" [to CHAR 20/258A/125-131] marked "Secret" setting out "identified" and "estimated first line establishment of the German Air Force", 1939.
Copy of a letter from "Ike" [Dwight Eisenhower, President of the United States] (The White House, Washington} to WSC marked "personal" expressing pleasure at WSC's good health; commenting on outbursts by [Vyacheslav] Molotov [Soviet Union Foreign Minister]; the importance of unity between free nations; and future history and legacy of leaders. Typescript.
Autobiography of [Frederick] Gerard Friedlander [Friedrich Gerhart Friedlander], 1917-35, on his early life, and his mother Ruth Fischer, founder of the Austrian Communist Party, a prominent member of the German Communist Party, and a member of the "left" or Trotskyite opposition to Stalin in the Soviet Union.
Album on CS’s visit to Germany as Secretary of State for War, to see British armed forces.
Schedule, briefings and notes for NK’s opening of a traffic control centre.
Programme and briefing on defence policy, including papers and press cuttings on the summit on arms control between the United States and Soviet Union at Geneva [Switzerland], 1985 and papers and press cuttings on the German Social Democratic Party, mainly relating to European defence policy. Also includes a programme for a visit to Sweden for a European conference, and arrangements for a meeting with Bill Keys, Chairman of the Trade Union Co-Ordinating Committee.
Includes: German press cuttings of NK’s visit to Berlin [Germany]; arrangements and briefing for NK’s meeting with Allan Boesak, South African United Democratic Front; notes on a request for sponsorship from "Jarrow 86".
Letters written by WN to friends and family from the Far East, Germany and Holland whilst interned during the First World War; notes describing the riots in Hankow, 1927; photographs of China.